Colleen Denny, MD
Colleen Denny, MD, is an attending ObGyn at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, where she is the Medical Director of the Women's Clinic, and a clinical assistant professor with the NYU School of Medicine. She enjoys taking care of women in all phases of life and is especially interested in issues related to contraception access and public health. Outside of work, she’s a runner, a dancer, and a bit of a crossword puzzle nerd.
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What’s the difference between birth control, the morning after pill, and the abortion pill?
Find out how each option works and how and when to use them
How to start birth control after an abortion
You can start birth control right after your abortion if you’re ready
Health insurance perks, from A to Z
Sexual health benefits for people with insurance under the ACA go well beyond birth control.
Sterilization: Should you tie the (other kind of) knot?
If pregnancy isn’t in your future plans, here’s what you should know before talking to your doctor.
Birth control pill
5 myths about the pill, busted
The pill is still the most popular birth control method in the U.S.—and it’s still the subject of all kinds of crazy rumors.
Pregnancy & fertility
Having a miscarriage: 3 things you should know
Pregnancy loss is more common than you think—and it’s not your fault.
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